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This soup’s primary anti-cancer ingredients include tomatoes, garlic, basil, oregano, turmeric, and rosemary for their special cancer-fighting, hormone balancing, and liver strengthening properties.
Orange tomatoes (if you can find them) contain potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory abilities from tetra-cis-lycopene, which is more efficiently absorbed than trans-lycopene in red tomatoes. It also targets breast, pancreatic, non- small cell lung, and prostate cancers.
Furthermore, the alpha-tomatine, a little known phytonutrient, elicits cell death and metabolic interference in malignant tumors, making this gazpacho a powerful weapon against cancer.
Enjoy this fresh take on a classic Spanish dish! Gazpacho is notorious as a seasonal summer soup, but can be enjoyed year-round. Consider an indoor garden or greenhouse to enjoy your favorite foods during the colder season.
Speaking of indoor gardens, be sure to check out this article on 14 Cancer-Fighting Plants for Your Indoor Herb Garden!
Once you’ve made the recipe, please share your thoughts in the comment section below!
And, as always, please use fresh, organic, locally-grown ingredients whenever possible, including organic, non- irradiated spices. This will give you the maximum cancer-fighting benefits.
xo – Charlene
- 2 cups ripe organic orange, tangerine, yellow, or red tomatoes, chopped (the nutrients in orange tomatoes are most easily absorbed by the body)
- 1⁄2 medium red onion, chopped
- 4 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
- 1⁄4 cup parsley, chopped
- 1⁄2 cup fresh basil, chopped OR 2 teaspoons dried basil
- 2 tablespoons fresh rosemary, finely chopped OR 1 teaspoon dried rosemary
- 2 teaspoons fresh turmeric root, minced OR 1 teaspoon turmeric powder
- 1⁄2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1⁄4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 1 cup purified water
- In a blender or food processor add all the ingredients except olive oil and pulse/blend until you reach your desired consistency.
- Pour mixture into a serving bowl and add freshly ground black pepper and quality salt to taste, a splash of olive oil, and more water if a thinner consistency is desired.
- Let the soup rest for 30 minutes covered for the flavors to develop.
- Serve chilled or at room temperature in separate bowls. Garnish with more olive oil and fresh basil or cilantro. Enjoy!
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Silvia Logan says
I had made my own gazpacho soup, but I added slightly different ingredients such as scallions, hot pepper sauce, bell peppers, and cucumbers and I did not add rosemary nor turmeric, but salt and pepper and fresh basil and it still tasted good just the same.
Joy Markman says
Thanks so much for this recipe – it is summer in South Africa, & I am sure we will love this “Cool” recipe.
Have a wonderful festive season to you all & family,
Margie Tippetts says
We are working from home with university students from Saouth Africa. Love what we are doing.
The original Spanish gazpacho is made with tomatos (>1 kg), green bell pepper (1 medium size), 1 cucumber, 10-20ml of wine vinegar (or lemon juice), 1 garlic clove, 100 gr of onion (optional), salt and olive oil (50 to 100ml). You can also add some bread if you wish it thicker. Neither spices nor herbs.
It is healthy enough this way.
S Dunbar says
Thank you…I recognized that it was not the traditional recipe…which has to be even tastier
The whole point of this recipe was for its cancer fighting properties. This was not about swapping the “best” gazpacho recipe. Someone fighting cancer may use your recipe instead of the one posted. If you have a great recipe, write an article and share it.
Jennifer is says
Amen to that
You said it sister. Amen. They missed the whole point.
Well said Regine. Can’t wait to try it!!
Thanks for sharing TTAC and Thank you for everything you do🥰
You said it sister. Amen. They missed the whole point.
It’s a decent recipe for a gazpacho, what makes it special and ‘best’ as the article stated is because of the cancer-fighting properties. Not hating on it or anything but the headline and desciprtion should be more specific so it doesn’t mislead anything or anyone. Nevertheless, it’s still a savory and tasty gazpacho recipe to be followed, improvised, and made!
Jeannette Walker says
Healthy recipe, and I cannot wait to try it.
Thank you so much,
One Cent says
Was concerned about no direction to remove seeds and found out that tomato seeds have many health benefits, so leave ’em in and enjoy.
Um, is it just me or is there no olive oil mentioned at all in the ingredients yet it’s mentioned in the instructions?